The Leidos Quality Control Inspector will manage, update, and maintain control of the Government Furnished Technical -
Publication Library of administrative/technical data that ensures only the latest/ current technical data is utilized in the completion
of all contract requirements and maintains accountability of data. The Quality Control Inspector will incorporate changes to all
technical data as revisions occur. The Quality Control Inspector will be responsible for updating aircraft Flight Manuals and
onboard Navigation equipment with the most current revision and database at all times.
Specialized Technical Drawing and Illustrations.
The Quality Control Inspector will ensure that all specialized technical drawings and illustrations used in contract performance
will not be changed nor altered in any form or manner, unless specifically authorized by the COR, OA Maintenance Officer or
authorized Government representative.
List daily duties and/or specific job responsibilities.
The Quality Control Inspectors will establish, maintain, inspect and keep current all aircraft, engine, propeller, log cards, service
records, maintenance inspection records and other records as necessary to document and maintain current and historical records
for all maintenance, inspection, repair and modification for all aircraft.
The Quality Control Inspectors will be responsible for maintaining accurate computerized data and log book documentation, as
well as back-up copies (paper or electronic) for all aircraft maintenance, repair, modification and inspection performed, and report
all required property management documentation.
The Quality Control Inspectors will establish procedures to ensure maintenance support personnel perform and document all
inspections, functional test, product or system inspection, and airworthiness release.
Acceptance for aircraft release will be coordinated with and approved by the OA Maintenance Officer or OA Quality Assurance
The Quality Control Inspectors will maintain aircraft, engine, propeller and component logs and other records pertinent to
maintenance, inspection, repair and modification in accordance with the Standards and Regulations.
The Quality Control Inspectors are responsible for ensuring appropriate documentation entries and recording updated information
in applicable records to protect the integrity and accuracy of each aircraft historical database. Leidos will ensure logbook documentation is available to substantiate and update MRO tracking data. The QCI or AQCM will also ensure all historical entries to aircraft, engine, propeller and component logs do not reflect OA as the owner or operator. The Quality Control Inspectors will make entries including documentation of any and all associated maintenance/service manuals and procedures including serial numbers of specialty tools and equipment utilized in troubleshooting, repair/overhaul and operational checkout systems. The Quality Control Inspectors will provide forms for documenting and recording flight time, discrepancies, maintenance actions, material, parts requirements, work orders, travel request, overtime requests and any other forms and documents required for contract performance. Upon expiration of the contract, Leidos will provide all completed documents and or forms, as specified by the COR, within 30 calendar days of the end of the contract, or earlier as required. Quality Inspection The Quality Control Inspectors will perform all oversight inspections necessary to ensure the applicable historical record documentation is properly completed and accompanies the aircraft, engine, propeller or component as required upon maintenance completion, transfer, turn-in or shipment for overhaul and/or repair. The Quality Control Inspectors will ensure all updated historical records are backed-up by either manual or electronic means to maintain a current back-up record of all historical aircraft, engine, propeller log books as well as component log cards should the original record become lost, damage or destroyed. Aircraft Inventory The Quality Control Inspectors will maintain and establish an Aircraft Inventory Record of all existing and newly acquired OA-owned aircraft and components. The Quality Control Inspectors are responsible for maintaining the existing record as a historical database and any backup support system, automated or manual necessary to protect the database.
Aircraft Quality Control Inspectors shall have as a minimum a FAA A&P license, and FAA Inspection Authorization (IA) endorsement with five (5) years' experience. The Contractor shall provide proof of such licenses and certifications upon request.